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I am currently away from home with hardly any clothes; I left thinking I would be away for a week and ended up away for six. I just got invited to a formal this coming Saturday night but have nothing to wear !! Some info first: the formal is for graduating seniors at a local university (the good one, not Berkeley). It will be held at the De Young Museum in SF. I have no idea what the girl is wearing, but she told me I can wear a potato sack for all she cares. A...
Of the more expensive ones, Sharp's is my favorite scrub and Sisheido for men my favorite foaming wash. On the cheaper end, I like Neutragena's scrubs and washes for men, and their face soap bar is even better. I also like the St. Ives scrub mentioned above (and Walmart makes a good clone). Girliest SF post yet.
Yes, the bar will sort of drag along your shins. Usually, I wear long socks when I deadlift to avoid getting bloody shins.
Quote: Originally Posted by coatandthai I'm 220 lbs with about 6% body fat. I have an 11" drop between chest and waist. Holy sh*t.
+1. Slight slant.
Quote: Originally Posted by beasty I agree with protein after workout and before sleeping but meal one hour before? If I do that, I will puke out my guts after doing sets of balls to the wall squats and deadlifts. I trained with powerlifters for a while, and they all ate before working out; a protein bar at least, often a proper meal. I certainly thinks it helps me lift heavier and try to do the same. Try eating things that digest...
Quote: Originally Posted by Taxler There is an equilibrium point in either senario, and I'm trying to glean how far apart those two points are. Assuming total calories and grams of protein remain the same, how much leaner and stronger might I be by doing nothing other than altering the type and timing of protein intake? It will hardly matter for you. It is likely to make a noticeable difference to an olympic athlete whose three-a-day workouts...
Wow, that is a beautiful piece. Tissot is a lower-tier brand owned by the Swatch group. Generally, their watches feature stock ETA movements in good, no-thrills cases. A similar brand might be Hamilton, also owned by Swatch, though they offer very different aesthetics. IMO, both are very high value-for-money watches. Make sure you maintain the watch regularly by bringing it a good repairman every five years ago. Congratulations on graduating!
Don't know if there are any left, but I got a few at ~50/each.
Less structured, but wrong color and not nearly as nice: http://www.jcrew.com/catalog/product...catId=cat90204
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